Happy Early Thanksgiving! In the spirit of Thanksgiving I wanted to share with you a favorite recipe of not only mine, but our entire office! Each year our Operations Coordinator Nancy Johnson brings in this delicious cranberry salsa. It definitely puts us all into the holiday spirit and is a sweet/spicy treat. It is a great way to update any traditional holiday get together. Last year we even had a cranberry salsa off in our office, where we each made Nancy’s legendary cranberry salsa and voted on who made it best. Of course Nancy won, but each year we get better and better (well at least we think so). You can also pour it over cream cheese, which is delicious and make sure you use Tostitos Scoops to eat it with. The combination is great!
So in the spirit of giving this Thanksgiving. I wanted to share this recipe with you. I wish everyone a happy and heathy Thanksgiving and take the time to look back on what you are truly thankful for in your life.
Happy Thanksgiving and let the holiday season begin!
** Tip: make sure you chop everything separately instead of all together**
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